How does it look?

Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by ChickenRebel, May 19, 2012.

  1. ChickenRebel

    ChickenRebel Hatching

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  2. glenann

    glenann In the Brooder

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    Very nice![​IMG]
     
  3. ImportTheBest

    ImportTheBest Songster

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    I love it!
     
  4. WatWasIThinking!!!

    WatWasIThinking!!! Chirping

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    Really cute. Nice job!
     
  5. joan1708

    joan1708 Songster

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    Lovely! I like the windows, cute! You've heard chicken wire doesn't stop dogs or raccoons and hardware cloth does?
     
  6. ChickenRebel

    ChickenRebel Hatching

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    did not know that will reinforce immediately. do you think another layer of chicken wire on the outside would do it?
     
  7. HEChicken

    HEChicken Crowing

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    Chicken wire can be easily torn by most predators, including domestic dogs. Its main purpose is keeping chickens in, not keeping predators out. Really, your best bet is to just remove the chicken wire and replace it with hardware cloth.

    The coop is very cute though - great job!
     
  8. redhotchick

    redhotchick Chirping

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    Great job! So good you chose a natural perch. Also the most important thing VENTILATION! !!!!!
     
  9. AMA Chick

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    Very cute, good job!
     
  10. drpurl

    drpurl Chirping

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    Very nice!!! Good job!
     

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